by Eleanor Kane on November 21st, 2012

What a crazy, busy week this was!  Distributing our 50 pasture raised, organically fed turkeys felt like the last big hurdle of our first season and we're glad to say that it's done and it went well.  We already miss watching them walk around the fields and sunbathe in the driveway. 

We have lots of thoughts of what we're going to do next year (more heritage breeds!) and what we can improve (bigger white board in the kitchen to write down orders!) but for now, we're enjoying the satisfaction of a job well done. 

Not only did we get to meet a lot of new families, we had most of our CSA members order a turkey and lots of our regular customers from our farmers markets.  It was great to have everyone come to the farm, or meet them in Grafton or Framingham, this week and hand them their holiday meal.  I'll enjoy our Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow knowing that many other families in the area are eating local, healthy turkeys. 

One of the best parts of the week was getting a write up by the National Young Farmers Coalition.  They did a spotlight on our farm and we couldn't be happier!  We're excited for the day when there's a Massachusetts chapter.  You can find a link to the article here.  They're a great organization and we're glad to have worked with them.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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